Thursday, April 16, 2009

I love looking at moi

The IPL is staging parades through the streets before the games even begin? Narcissus had nothing on these guys.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't wait for the commentary to start, they surely covered all adjectives last time round while praising his highness Lalit Modi.

5:06 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

You've probably seen this already but the latest is that there will be a tamasha break every ten overs that shall last seven-and-a-half minutes. Gotta love the combination of precise attention to detail and completely terrifying idiocy.

5:24 PM  
Blogger Megha said...

I was reminded of this Enid Blyton book I read as a kid, where a new circus had come into town. And they paraded through the streets before setting camp. All the "owners" with their respective "monkeys, elephants" and such at the front. And the circus owner, coming in last...

5:55 AM  
Blogger Jaunty Quicksand said...

IPL? What IPL? Shouldn't it be the SAPL?

6:16 AM  
Blogger Jaunty Quicksand said...

Samir, completely unrelated to this thread, but I have put up my response about what I think of the 1-0 or 2-0 scoreline on my blog (

I was going to post this in the comment section of the relevant post but was not sure if you'd still be paying attention to that now that Shilpa Shetty is in your eyeline. :-)

8:17 AM  
Blogger samir said...

Achettup: I don't think he'll mind a repeat!

JK: That break is something else - even the NFL's enforced commercial timeouts don't come close to this.

Megha: Its an uncomfortable analogy but I have to admit it hits home.

JQ: I guess the name follows the money. Oh, and thanks for the link - I agree in large part. Just hope that the aggression follows the consistency!

9:25 AM  
Blogger Jaunty Quicksand said...

Samir, thanks. Have you recovered from the "comment barrage" you received courtesy of your blog on CricInfo? If you want to feel really loved, you should try writing such articles on Instant hilarity will ensue, I promise. The message boards there are always more entertaining than the articles themselves.

10:36 AM  
Blogger Samir Chopra said...

JQ: Rediff comments are quite hilarious, in a bizarre, twisted sort of way.

5:37 PM  
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6:47 AM  

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